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Grateful DeadGrateful Dead Live at Shrine Auditorium on 1967-11-11 (November 11, 1967)

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Collection: GratefulDead
Band/Artist: Grateful Dead
Date: November 11, 1967 (check for other copies)
Venue: Shrine Auditorium
Location: Los Angeles, CA

Source: Updated
Lineage: SBD Reel from WB Vault to reel @ 7.5 IPS to reel@ 7.5 IPS to digital domain. Korg MR 1000 at 1 bit 5.6 mhz to 24-96 via Korg software. Taped by: Dan Healy; Transfer By: Matt Smith & Bob Menke; Mastering By: Derek McCabe
Taped by: Dan Healy
Transferred by: Transfer By: Matt Smith & Bob Menke Mastering By: Derek McCabe
Keywords: Soundboard; MOTB; 24 bit; Dan Healy; Matt Smith; Bob Menke; Derek McCabe


Description

Set 1

Turn On Your Love Light, Beat It On Down The Line, Death Don't Have No Mercy, Good Morning Little School Girl, Cryptical Envelopement-> The Other One-> Cryptical Envelopement, New Potato Caboose, Alligator-> Drums-> Alligator-> Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks)

"Amazing ELectric Wonders" - Other artist(s): Buffalo Springfield; Blue Cheer

Notes

Notes:
- "Lovelight" fades in and has a left channel issue, fixed by using right channel as mono to stereo, then crossfaded
- "Death Don't Have No Mercy" has a left channel issue, fixed by using right channel as mono to stereo, then crossfaded
- patch source for "Caution // different cut > Feedback // cut" (reel #1 side B; 8-track 15 ips)

Reel #1 side A most likely was recorded @7.5 ips and all the rest was @15 ips.  Dan Healy once explained he was running two different decks at this time, an 8-track 15 ips. and an Ampex 7.5 ips. deck.

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Subject: simple pleasures in life
It doesn't get much cleaner for such an old recording on the archive. Thanks to those who made this possible for me to enjoy.